Float in “Space” with William Shatner for $10.000

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Space the final frontier. This could be your adventure aboard the G-Force One with William Shatner. This is the ultimate experience for every Trekkie. If you don’t know William Shatner, shame on you. Just kidding! William Shatner played Captain James Tiberius Kirk in the original TV-show and movies.

Roddenberry Adventures and Zero Gravity Corporation teamed up to bring you a once in a lifetime experience. The G-Force One, a specially modified Boeing 727, will perform a series of parabolic arcs to create the exhilarating feeling of floating through space. Each of the 15 parabolic maneuvers gives you about 20-30 seconds of weightlessness and you feel like an astronaut in space.

G Force One (Courtesy of Zero Gravity Corporation)

However, this experience is not cheap. You can buy one seat aboard the G-Force One for $9,950 plus a 5% tax ($10,447.50). This special flight will take off at Stardate 95193.08 (August 4, 2017, 9:00 a.m.) and you will be one of the few people on earth whoever got to experience weightlessness and that with Captain Kirk. This event takes place in Las Vegas during the official 2017 Star Trek Convention.

The Zero-G Experience (Courtesy of Zero Gravity Corporation)

The adventure package includes:

  • Experience weightlessness with William Shatner and Rod Roddenberry!
  • Pre and post-flight catering
  • ZERO-G flight suit
  • Regravitation Celebration
  • Certificate of weightless completion
  • Photos and video of the flight
  • Mingle with William Shatner during a meet and greet prior to launch!

Tickets are only available until July 15th.

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